Promotion of police officers case in Supreme Court  

Promotion of police officers case in Supreme Court  

ISLAMABAD: (APP) The Supreme Court on Wednesday adjourned hearing of the case regarding demotion of shoulder promoted police officers till November 29.

A five-member larger bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali heard the case.

During the course of proceedings, Khawaja Haris counsel for Punjab government appeared before the court and informed that Sindh High Court announced decision regarding Sindh Police Officers after hearing arguments of the provincial police officers and but it was not implemented in Punjab.

The chief justice remarked that Sindh High Court heard the case regarding discretionary powers of the provincial government as the provincial government had admitted that some police officers were appointed in violation of rules.

He remarked that provincial laws of Sindh could not be implement in Punjab.

Advocate Akram Sheikh also appeared before the court on behalf of different petitioners and pleaded the court to accept his application to club it with the main case. On which the Chief Justice remarked that the matter can not be fixed without review it.

Later, the court directed all the counsels to complete their arguments on the next date of hearing and adjourned the hearing of the case till November 29.



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